Title: SEARCH FOR NEW ATTRACTANTS OF TSETSE FLIES, GLOSSINA SPP: ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND FIELD STUDIES
| Ujvary, I. - HUNGARIAN ACADEMY OF SCI |
| Carlson, David |
| Djiteye, A. - IAEA |
| Feldmann, U. - AUSTRIA |
| Guerin, P. - UNIVERSITY OF NEUCHATEL |
| Kitwika, F. - TTRI/TANZANIA |
| Luyimbazi, F. - MINISTRY OF AG/UGANDA |
| Oloo, F. - OAU-ABAR/KENYA |
| Rayaisse, J. - BURKINA FASO |
Submitted to: International Conference on Arthropods Chemical Physiological ...
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: September 28, 2001
Publication Date: September 28, 2001
Citation: UJVARY, I., CARLSON, D.A., DJITEYE, A., FELDMANN, U., GUERIN, P., KITWIKA, F., LUYIMBAZI, F., OLOO, F., RAYAISSE, J.-. SEARCH FOR NEW ATTRACTANTS OF TSETSE FLIES, GLOSSINA SPP: ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL AND FIELD STUDIES. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ARTHROPODS CHEMICAL PHYSIOLOGICAL .
To improve the efficiency of tsetse fly suppression and eradication campaigns, we searched for natural attractants and their synthetic analogues. Electrophysiological screening and field trapping experiments with various natural and synthetic compounds were done. Glossina brevipalpis responded to a series of compounds designed by the bioisosteric cprinciple as assessed by an electroantennogram (EAG) technique. We also report the results of successful field experiments, carried out in East and West Africa, aimed at trapping G. f. fuscipes, G. palpalpis gambiensis and G. tachinoides (palpalis group), and G. austeni, G. pallidipes and G. swynnertoni (morsitans group). This is the first report of attraction of several of these species to any attractive chemical blends.